England ended a 75-year jinx at Lord's on July 20, 2009 when they beat Australia by 115 runs to finally win an Ashes Test at the 'Home of Cricket'.
Fittingly, it was Andrew Flintoff, who put in a match-winning performance with a five-wicket haul in Australia's second innings as England took a 1-0 lead in the series after the first Test at Cardiff was drawn. For the scorecard of the match, click here.
England went on to win the 2009 Ashes series 2-1; with Flintoff also playing a key role in his final Test match by running out Ricky Ponting at The Oval, which paved the way for England's comprehensive 197-run win in that match. [TAG: CYCSPL]